Houston, TX – Access Vascular Health offers easy and honest healthcare designed around the needs of patients who have presented themselves at the clinic. Led by experienced vascular interventional radiologist, Michelle Maneevese, MD, the clinic in Houston is open to women suffering from uterine fibroids and interested in treating the problem without surgery.
Announcing their open appointment slots and encouraging more women and community members to take advantage of their health and wellness offer, the clinic’s spokesperson said: “We want to change the usual healthcare industry approach by actively hearing, educating, guiding, and giving our patients ownership of their health. With non-invasive innovative technology and insightful practice, we help them feel better and live longer.”
Patients visiting Access Vascular Health in Houston will be attended to by Michelle Nguyen Maneevese, M.D., who is also the clinic’s founder. Dr. Maneevese attended the University of Texas at Houston and MD Anderson Cancer Center. She completed her training in interventional radiology at Yale in New Haven, CT, alongside some of the world’s leading experts in vascular procedures. With a focus on using minimally invasive alternatives to surgery, Dr. Maneevese has helped hundreds of women get relief from fibroid pain.
Dr. Maneevese takes pride in a new approach to health and wellness. Each new patient coming into the clinic will enjoy access to a welcoming environment where they will have the privacy needed to discuss their symptoms and be educated on the topic of fibroid removal, and available treatment options. The clinician will also go over the minimally invasive process, answer patients’ questions, and help them feel more confident about the choices that promote their health and wellness.
Asides from Access Vascular Health uterine fibroid embolization treatment, the clinic is also open to men and men’s health issues affecting the prostate. Dr. Maneevese also addresses enlarged prostate problems, which can lead to common issues like frequent urination, inability to urinate, incontinence, strains during urination, increased urgency to urinate, weak urine streams, erectile dysfunction, difficulty starting urination, etc.
The clinic is also open to community members with varicose veins or spider veins. Those looking for treatment for this problem with symptoms including ulcers, leg pain or pressure, swollen and visible veins, skin discoloration and irritation, itchy legs, etc., can schedule an appointment to get started with consultation and treatment options.
Access Vascular Health also attends to peripheral arterial diseases with symptoms like tingling, numbness, aching or throbbing legs, pain and cramping, open sores or ulcers, varicose veins, burning sensation, etc. The clinic is located at 5151 Katy Freeway Suite 170, Houston, TX 77007. Call them at 832-981-5781 or visit their website.
Access Vascular Health: Michelle Maneevese, MD
Michelle Maneevese, MD
5151 Katy Freeway Suite 170
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